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Press briefings 2009
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Press information from 2009
Longer term unemployed and young people continue to be the real challenge for labour market policies
Employees paint a picture of their ideal manager
Age still a sticking point for employers
The real impact of youth unemployment
Longer-term and youth unemployment now the real challenge
Sharp rise in workless households threatens progress on child poverty
Some signs of stability returning to UK labour market
IES moves office into central Brighton
Well-being at work remains a priority despite the recession
Longer-term unemployment is the new danger
No green shoots in labour market, but not as bad as worst predictions either
OD revival as UK organisations re-engage their workforces
A budget for jobs?
Student Income and Expenditure Survey 2007/08
Largest claimant count increase since comparable records began in 1971
Coaching helps shatter the glass ceiling
Almost one-third of workers feel financial worries affect their performance at work
Public works needed to head off long term unemployment threat
2008 was bad. What’s in store for 2009?
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